At the closing event, the committee announced three groups of winners and one group that became the favorite winner.
“Congratulations to all winners! Your work will inspire millions of Indonesian youths to take an active role as agents of change in spreading awareness on the importance of safeguarding global health security across all dimensions of food and health systems," said Aryal while applauding the efforts of the participants.
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This series of events is a part of the Global Health Security Programme (GHSP) activity, funded by USAID in raising youth awareness to strengthen global health by improving national capacity to prevent, detect and respond to disease threats, using a multi-sectoral One Health approach.
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